Used 1999 FordF-350 Custom Truck

  • VIN: 1FTSF31L5XEB00125
  • Stock: MFT90981
Odometer
41,325 miles
Exterior Color
Blue
Interior Color
Other
Body
Truck
Transmission
Manual
Engine
5.4L V8 16V MPFI SOHC
Ford F-350
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Detailed Specifications

  • 2 Door
  • AM/FM stereo
  • Cancellable Passenger Airbag
  • Clock: In-radio display
  • Cupholders: Front
  • Curb weight: 5,449 lbs.
  • Diameter of tires: 16.0"
  • Driver airbag
  • Fixed antenna
  • Front Head Room: 41.3"
  • Front Hip Room: 67.4"
  • Front Leg Room: 40.7"
  • Front Shoulder Room: 68.0"
  • Front Ventilated disc brakes
  • Front suspension stabilizer bar
  • Fuel Capacity: 38.0 gal.
  • Gross vehicle weight: 9,900 lbs.
  • Instrumentation: Low fuel level
  • Intermittent front wipers
  • Leaf front spring
  • Leaf rear spring
  • Manual locking hubs
  • Non-independent front suspension classification
  • Other front suspension
  • Other rear suspension
  • Overall Length: 222.2"
  • Overall Width: 80.0"
  • Overall height: 80.0"
  • Passenger airbag deactivation switch
  • Power steering
  • Privacy glass: Light
  • Rear door type: Tailgate
  • Rear wheel ABS Brakes
  • Regular front stabilizer bar
  • Rigid axle rear suspension
  • Suspension class: Firm
  • Tachometer
  • Tires: Prefix: LT
  • Tires: Profile: 75
  • Tires: Speed Rating: S
  • Tires: Width: 265 mm
  • Two 12V DC power outlets
  • Type of tires: AS
  • Urethane shift knob trim
  • Vehicle Emissions: Federal
  • Wheelbase: 137.0"

KBB.com Consumer Reviews

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Overall4.5Out of 5
  • I LOVE THIS TRUCK!!!

    By DW on Sunday, December 01, 2013

    5.0
    I didn't need a dually, but this thing presented itself, and it was too good a deal. (I was looking for a crew cab 7.3L long bed.) It had 200,500 miles on it when I bought it. I change the oil at 5000 miles and just about can't get it to use a quart of oil in between. Most will tell you if you want a Ford diesel, the 7.3 is THE DIESEL to get, and I agree. Strong, dependable, and even with 4.10 gears, it gets 18 mpg consistently. I bought the crew cab because I've got three teenagers, and they have plenty of room on a five hour run to the cabin. It's got a REAL back seat. I point this truck up a mountain, and it just wants more. I would look for the XLT. The XLs are often commercial fleet trucks and not treated well. The Lariats are nice, but if that leather hasn't been very well maintained, well, you get the idea. The very first thing to always check is the air filter box clips. if they look loose of broken, walk away. The truck has likely ingested dust for about a $10,000 repair bill. an aftermarket air intake is a must. Don't fear a couple hundred thousand miles, these trucks can take it if they've seen reasonable care. At current values, these are awesome. Powerful, capable, dependable, good looking, and very comfortable. Ford knocked this one out of the park! A shame it wasn't produced longer.
  • great truck, always certain interior problems.

    By Doc on Monday, December 19, 2011

    4.0
    I own this truck. Transmission was too light until I got one from Brian's Truck Shop in North Arkansas. He makes 'em from scratch, best ever. Every Ford truck I've had always had same problems: wiring in the steering column gives all kinds of problems for wipers and cruise control disengages when hitting a bump every so often (not every time). Advise getting dual alternators if you get a diesel like mine (7.3L). Don't get anything in Ford diesel except a 7.3L. The other Ford diesels are just trash.
  • Most Reliable Truck

    By Little Trucker on Tuesday, January 27, 2009

    5.0
    We own 2 F-350s with over 150,000mi on them both. Ones a 2000 and the other is a 2003, both 7.3L's 4x4. A suggestion when you get one and want it to last is to put a transmission pressure lock on if your going to tow with it because Ford designs them to slip into gear which won't last long. We SuperChipped them both and are getting 19.5mpg loaded or not. Our friend owns a 6.0L and the new 6.4L and says they are both terrible designs. He tows or Hotshots accross America for a living and he uses the 7.3L and only the 7.3L. They're just not built to tow and work like the 7.3L If your driving around town it would be good for that but not for towing.

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